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British fashion guru Zandra Rhodes, who will be guest designer at the 2010 iD Dunedin Fashion Week (8 – 14 March), is looking forward to seeing the work of New Zealand’s emerging designers.
New Zealand is about to launch onto the international market with a pioneer brew that comes in a tea cup, rather than a bottle.
The ubiquitous iPod might be a familiar sight on the street these days, but in New Zealand the digital music players are being used in remote native forests to train rare birds.
Kiwi singer Brooke Fraser is proving a hit in the US with her latest album gaining a spot on the iTunes editors’ choice and the top ten charts.
Kiwi television star Phil Keoghan - host of reality series 'The Amazing Race' - is about to embark on his most testing journey yet as he cycles from Los Angeles to New York to launch a New Zealand-developed health food bar.
British stand up comedian and TV ‘Chef’ Lenny Henry and his ‘Vicar of Dibley’ wife Dawn French are considering retirement in New Zealand.
SpongeBob - the world’s most famous sea sponge - is also a fluent te reo Māori speaker. Or at least he will be for five episodes of SpongeBob Squarepants – screening during Māori Language Week 2010.